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Health Diagnostic Laboratory, Inc. Provides Grant to Support National Lipid Association, Sponsors 2012 Annual Scientific Sessions in Scottsdale, Arizona
Date:5/22/2012

RICHMOND, Va., May 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Health Diagnostic Laboratory, Inc. (HDL, Inc.), a CAP accredited leader in health management, has provided the National Lipid Association (NLA) with a non-restricted educational grant to further its mission to prevent cardiovascular diseases and improve cardiovascular health across the United States. In addition to the grant, HDL, Inc. will serve as one of the lead sponsors of the 2012 Annual Scientific Sessions in Scottsdale, Arizona on May 31, 2012 to June 3, 2012.

"Health Diagnostic Laboratory knows that it's essential to educate today's medical leaders about the need to identify hidden risk factors for cardiovascular and related diseases early in an effort to prevent and reverse life-threatening conditions," said Tonya Mallory, CEO and co-founder of HDL, Inc.

By supporting the NLA, the advanced laboratory will partner with lipidologists, cardiologists, endocrinologists, primary care physicians, and allied health professionals involved in dyslipidemia management, as well as the NLA's distinguished board and faculty.

In addition to the educational grant and sponsorship of the 2012 Annual Scientific Sessions, HDL, Inc. has provided a donation to the Foundation of the National Lipid Association for its FH Awareness campaign.

About Health Diagnostic Laboratory, Inc.

Health Diagnostic Laboratory, Inc., a CAP accredited leader in health management, offers a comprehensive test menu of risk factors and biomarkers for cardiovascular and related diseases. Our systematic approach identifies factors contributing to disease and provides a basis for effective personalized treatment, allowing physicians to more effectively manage patients. As an added value, patients receive a personalized overview of their risk factors along with intensive counseling from expert Health Coaches at no additional cost, improving compliance and enhancing potential outcomes.  More information: www.myhdl.com.


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